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LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: Seneca Savings vacating the village

For the past 56 years, Seneca Savings has done business under one name or another at 105 Second St., here in the village.

NOPL NEWS: Discover the Discovery Den

Northern Onondaga Public Library announces the opening of the Discovery Den inside its North Syracuse location. Formerly the computer lab, the Discovery Den is the library’s new space for self-guided “mini make” projects – hands-on activities that anyone can participate in – designed to educate, inspire and engage.

LETTER: Toomey home almost complete

To the editor: This spring, construction will be completed on the Toomey Residential Children’s Community Residence on Doyle Road. Despite a bit of a work slowdown due to a particularly harsh CNY winter, things are back on schedule, and a June opening is in sight.

LETTER: Cub Scouts thank Bolton supporters

To the editor: On behalf of Baldwinsville Cub Scout Pack 71 we would like to thank the Baldwinsville community for their support on helping us with the Alexa Bolton bottle drive the past few months.

REMEMBERING BALDWINSVILLE: David Disinger, DJ at the Teen Canteen

David Disinger spoke at the Shacksboro Schoolhouse Museum on Sunday, Feb. 8. He told stories about growing up in Baldwinsville in the 1950s and ‘60s on Margaret Street.

FROM THE ASSEMBLY: NYFarmNet reaches local farmers

National Ag Week recognizes the abundant crops harvested by farmers all over the nation and the contributions they make to the economy. In New York alone, the agriculture industry recorded $5.68 billion in cash receipts in 2013, up more than $1 billion from 2010.

LIBRARY FOCUS: Staying sane during spring break

Even if we haven’t exchanged snow for snowdrops spring break looms on the horizon. Save your money and your sanity with the help of your library. We have lots of programs and resources to help you get through those inconvenient days when school’s out and the playgrounds aren’t open.

Dismayed by dire budget situation of Cazenovia district

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: As a former student of the Cazenovia school district, where I was a student from kindergarten through my senior year, it is only after a substantial time away that I realize just how fortunate I was to enjoy an education of the quality I received there. One could easily spend an entire editorial on the excellent faculty alone: more than a few figures from Cazenovia High have provided guidance that remains pertinent on a daily basis even now.

Kudos on the Robert Dubik Scholarship Fund dinner

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Kudos to Chef Callahan Judge and all the Judge family along with Dave's Diner for the wonderful Robert Dubik scholarship fund dinner.

Trout Unlimited is protecting your local stream

GUEST COLUMN

The Madison County Trout Unlimited Chapter 680 will begin monitoring Chittenango creek starting in March. A program instituted at the national level encourages chapters to be proactive on tracking changes in local streams. Much concern for the streams began when hydrofracking became more prevalent throughout the country. Other possible contamination sources are industrial, agricultural or unforeseen random events.

Thanks to John P. Kennedy for his reminiscences of Cazenovia

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: I would like to thank John P. Kennedy for writing the article of reminiscences of Cazenovia.

CCP thanks community for Gala support

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

To the editor: Cazenovia Community Preschool, its board of directors and 2015 planning committee would like to express heartfelt thanks to the community for supporting the second annual Gala at Lincklaen, held Friday, March 6. Once again the event was sold out and proved to be a night to remember.

NOPL NEWS: Make the most of spring break

For those of us who can’t get away for one reason or another however, there are still plenty of family-friendly activities to keep the kids active and engaged. Northern Onondaga Public Library (NOPL) has filled their calendar with lots of great events for spring break. Here are some of the family-friendly programs happening at our North Syracuse and Cicero branches this week:

Greater Oneida Lake Chamber discusses fishing economics

The Fort Brewerton/Greater Oneida Lake Chamber of Commerce meeting for March 2015 was held at Two Guys from Italy in West Monroe. Rob Goffredo from Bartle Road Bait and Tackle presented on the economic impact fishing has on the area.

FROM THE LEGISLATURE: Industrial development agencies key to economic growth

I supported a resolution at our March legislative session that is very important to Onondaga County’s future economic development. This resolution recognizes the vital role that local industrial development agencies (IDAs) play in New York State to create jobs and encourage economic growth.